It’s easy to make your files accessible on your daily commute to work or on vacation. Save a file to the Dropbox folder on your computer, and it’s synced automatically to your mobile device. Syncing is available on multiple devices and platforms, including Windows, Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Android.
Newly saved or updated files are automatically synced everywhere, so you don’t have to spend time emailing the newest versions to collaborators. And you can be reassured that all your important files are completely synced by looking for the green checkmark.
Update something too soon? Earlier versions of your files are backed up for 30 days—or as many as 120 days for Dropbox Business users—so you can always recover an earlier version of your file.
With the desktop app, you can access files and folders that you have synced locally to your Dropbox account, even when you’re away from an internet connection. Once you get back online, your files and folders will automatically sync with all the latest changes. You can also select files to access offline on Android, iPhone, and iPad.
With Dropbox Smart Sync, free up precious hard drive space by sending files to the cloud. You’ll still be able to view every folder and file from your desktop, even though they’ll take up virtually no space. Once you open a file, it will automatically sync to your hard drive—but only when you need it.